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Euro Divers cleans up

Project AWARE Foundation joined forces with the two Euro-Divers centers in Egypt to organize a beach and underwater clean up. Divers, nondivers and snorkelers of all ages participated in the events which took place simultaneous in both dive centers (Club Med El Gouna and Grand Hotel Hurghada) Approximately 50 people joined the event on each location helping to clean the dive site of El Sawa and Magawish and removing over 200 kilos of debris but more important making people understand their impact when on holidays.
Don’t make yourself part of the problem, respect the environment, do your share and joins us on our next clean up event.
 

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